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Stokes Standard Seeds 

Market Gardeners 


Wholesale Catalog 

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Windermoor Farm : : Moorestown, New Jersey 


Where is Windermoor Farm, — home of Stokes Seeds ? 

It is adjacent to Moorestown in New Jersey, ten miles east of 
Philadelphia, in the heart of fertile Burlington County. The doors 
of welcome are always open and as we are easy of access by motor 
car, train or trolley, the farm is often visited. A cordial reception 
awaits everyone. 

How long have Stokes Seeds been planted ? 

For 44 years, during which time millions of dollars worth of 
vegetables have been grown from them. 

How are Stokes customers guaranteed a square deal ? 

By the solid reputation of our company for fair dealing. Francis 
C. Stokes, the president and general manager, always stands ready 
personally to adjust any errors. 

What safeguards are put around Stokes Seeds ? 

Inspection of growing seed crops, trial grounds, a greenhouse 
for winter trials and a seed testing laboratory. We will gladly send 
samples for inspection and private testing. 

Are Stokes Seeds sold at fair prices ? 

Our answer is that we respectfully suggest comparison of our 
prices with those currently demanded by firms you are willing to 
buy from. 

What are Stokes Standards ? 

They are special strains of seed which we believe to be the most 
perfect that money can buy. You will find many stocks offered at 
lower prices than our Stokes Standards but cannot find any of a 
superior quality even at higher prices. 

Where is the order sheet? 

There are two, both to be torn from the book before being 
filled out. The one on page 29 is for a general list of requirements. 
The one on page 3 1 is for those who order nothing but Stokes 

Windermoor Farm Moorestown, New Jersey 

"Plow Deep While Sluggards Sleep." 

— Benjamin Franklin, 

Your success in market gardening is based on your ability to 
grow vegetables that are consistently, week by week, better than 
those of your competitor. To know the mechanics of gardening is a 
prime necessity if this result is to be accomplished but unless the seeds 
which you plant are what they should be, your chances of success in 
the keenly competitive years that lie ahead, will be seriously jeop- 

For a long time there has been a cry among vegetable growers 
for better seed, for stocks which could be depended upon in all ways. 
To help meet this demand we have brought back the old Stokes Stand- 
ards which were well known to market gardeners in pre-war days. 

The elevation of a strain of seed to that of a Stokes Standard 
indicates that it has passed the rigid requirements of type, germination 
and stability of growth, and that under normal growing conditions it 
will produce uniformly true specimens. As such they are of special 
interest to those gardeners who strive for strict uniformity of product. 
The business honor of our company is pledged to maintain the in- 
tegrity of the Stokes Standard. Our forty-four years' experience is 
placed at your service. 



President and General Manager. 



There are only 170 varieties of vegetables listed in this catalog. This number, 
as contrasted to an average of over 480 varieties carried by each of five of our 
representative competitors, throws light on the general policy of our company. We 
have aimed to concentrate attention on a restricted list, for in this way closer atten- 
tion can be given individual varieties. We believe this catalog will be unusually 
easv to order from and that vou will find it to be strong by its very simplicity. — 

S. S. F. Co. 


(Stokes Standard) 

A Rust Resistant Strain surpassing all others in value. 

This strain, which is the result 
of ten years' work by scientists 
of the Department of Agricul- 
ture, is already in such great 
demand that we believe it is des- 
tined to supersede all other va- 
rieties and so-called varieties. 
Washington is a highly rust- 
resistant strain, vigorous and 
high yielding. The pedigree of 
our stock may be traced back to 
the best plants found in a ten 
years' search among millions of 
asparagus plants which were 
tested. By best we mean those 
plants that have produced off- 
spring which were uniform rust- 
resistant, high yielding, of large 
size and rapid growth, all of 
which indicates tenderness and 
that in turn indicates greater 
market value. Argenteuil, Pal- 
metto and Reading Giant were 
not found of sufficient uniform- 
ity to justify their adoption as a 
basis for breeding work. 

An asparagus bed is a perma- 
nent investment. Growers should 
not be satisfied, therefore, with 
anything but the best obtainable. 
The original investment of an 
asparagus plantation is compar- 
atively small when it is consid- 
ered that at least eight succes- 
sive years will come from it. On 
advice from asparagus experts in 
the Bureau of Plant Industry we 
are listing one-year-old roots 
only, as these have proven to be 
the most practical size for trans- 
planting. See Farmers Bulletin 
Xo. 829, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture. Our supply of roots 
is limited and Ave reserve the 
right to limit the number which 
any one customer shall purchase. 
Price of roots 100 $1.75, 1000 
§15.00, transportation at cus- 
tomer's expense, no charge for 
Washington ASPARAGUS (x %) container. 




Henderson Bush Lima. D°wa ft 

Sieva is the common synonym. The 
most desirable of the small seed bush 
lima type. Height of plant about 14 
inches. Compact, bushy, reasonably 
hardy and moderately productive. Pods 
are about 3 inches long, containing 
from 3 to 4 beans which are of good 
quality. Ot., 30c; pk., $2.25; bu., $8.00. 

Fordhook Bush Lima. 7 T 5 "7i\ 

the most productive variety of any 
bush lima and because of the long at- 
tractive pods, which grow to a length 
of 4% inches, containing 5 or more 
large beans of excellent quality, they 
have become the most important bush 
lima for all truck growers. Ot., 40c; 
pk., $3.00; bu., $11.00. 

Challenger or Dreer Improved 

pi 85 Days. This variety de- 

I Oie. velops larger pods than the 
original Dreer Pole Lima from which 
it came. It is very vigorous in its 
habit of growth and extremely produc- 
tive. The pods are 4 inches in length, 
broad, straight, flat and usually six 
seeded. This is perhaps the most pop- 
ular pole lima bean at the present time. 
Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

Ford Mammoth Podded Pole. 

90 Days. Introduced by Johnson & Stokes in 
1889. The pods are longer than any lima bean 
grown in the eastern states, usually attaining a length of six inches and containing 5 or 6 
flat beans of excellent quality. Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

f"i»«f ^»H«incrl«acc 45 Da y s « Introduced by Johnson- & Stokes in 1898. Unquestion- 
vslaill kJUTIOglcbd. ably the most satisfactory stringless bean of the green pod type 
that has yet been introduced. It is very productive, developing round pods about six 
inches in length, dark green in color, brittle and absolutely stringless. The importance 
of this bean on the produce markets is increasing annually. More and more buyers are 
insisting upon stringless varieties. Color of seed yellow-brown. Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; 
bu., $9.00. 

Rnimti^nl 45 Days* An attractive flat podded stringless variety, light green in 
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color and a good seller except on markets which demand round podded 
Color of seed gray-yellow. Ot., 30c; pk., $2.25; bu., $S.OO. 

Round-Pod Kidney Wax. 

O ^ Jj Valonfino 42 Days. This variety matures in quicker time than any bean 
1XCU V dieniine. which we offer. Pods are slightly smaller than Black Valentine, 
round, somewhat stringy, curled and of good quality if gathered when young. Ot., 25c; 
pk., 81.85; bu., $7.00. 

Rlarlr Valpntmo 45 Days. A variety recommended only for long distance ship- 
UlcKLK. " ttienillie. ments, not desirable for truck growers who sell their own pro- 
duce, for it is not a stringless variety. The pod is long, oval and reasonably straight. 
Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

45 Days. Introduced by Johnson & Stokes in 1900. 
We recommend this without hesitation as being the 
best of the round podded wax sorts. The long, curved, round pods are brittle and string- 
less. Their quality is excellent. Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

Imrii>AVA(1 p n U on Wav 40 Days. This variety differs from the old Golden Wax 
improvea ViOlueo VV.&X. j n that the pods are slightly stouter, flatter, straighter 
and longer pointed. The dried seeds are marked with brown spots instead of purple. 
The light yellow pods are stringless and of reasonably good quality. The picking season 
is short. Ot., 30c; pk., $2.25; bu., $8.00. 

40 Days. One of the most popular wax beans, pro- 
ducing pods 6 inches long, very straight, uniformly 6 
seeded, bright yellow in color, decidedly stringy and of rather poor quality. It is also 
sometimes susceptible to anthracnose in wet seasons. Regardless of certain weak points, 
this bean is perhaps more largely planted commercially than any other wax variety. 
Ot., 25e; pk., $1.85; bu., $7.00. 

Wavrlw^ll KiAnt^xr Wav 45 Days. A popular wax podded bean, the plant of 
VY til U well rviUIiey VV ax. which makes a growth of about 14 inches. The pods 
are about 6 inches in length, slightly curved, flat, almost stringless and of very fair 
quality. Ot., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

Currie Rust Proof Wax. 





Crosby Egyptian 
(Stokes Standard) . 

45 Days. This is a special 
strain of seed grown from 
roots selected for their 
uniformity of type and 
rich dark color. The se- 
lection is also made for a 
small top, which makes it 
especially desirable for 
cultivation in cold frames. 
Those planters desiring 
perfection in early and 
main crop beet should sow 
Stokes Standard Crosby 
Egyptian. Oz., 15c; % lb., 
40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Crosby Egyptian. 

45 Days. This, our regular 
strain of Crosby Egyptian, 
is suitable for all general 
planting work. However, 
the tops will be larger and 
the roots will not be quite 
so uniform. Oz., 10c; y* lb., 
15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

Faflir FVlir»c«k 50 Days. This is one of the favorite second early varieties. The 
H>ariy dClipse. root is globe shaped, bright red in color and 2*4 inches in diameter. 
The interior is bright red zoned with pinkish white. This variety is also recommended 
for trenching purposes. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

Detroit Dark Red. 

50 Days. A variety very largely used by market gardeners 
and canners. It is almost globe shaped, about one-third of 
the root growing above ground. The interior is a beautiful red. Oz., lOe; *4 lb., 15c; 
lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

Racfian i-Ialf I r\nrr 60 Days. This variety is grown especially for storage purposes 
Ddblldn nau-LiOIlg. Dy market gardeners. The root is about 3% inches in diam- 
eter when matured, color deep red, very smooth and uniform. The interior is a rich red 
zoned with lighter red. Quality is good. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

I nntr riai»lr 60 Da y»« A variety recommended for fall and winter use. It 

l-.Ullg L/drK DIOOa. -will develop a length of six inches if the soil is properly culti- 
vated in advance. The outside color is a rich blood red with no contrasting zone colors. 
Oz., 10c; Y* lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb.. $3.80. 

New Century (Stokes Standard). A * ^fJTSd'^iiS? 

know of no superior to Xew Century. "We claim that it is the sweetest in flavor at all 
stages of growth and its green top will be found more delicious than either spinach or 
swiss chard. The roots may be safely kept throughout the winter if properly stored. 
The fact that the beet does not develop a woody fiber no matter what its size, is greatly 
in its favor. Xew Century may be planted to advantage two or three times during the 
season from April until late in June. The demand for this beet can be developed on any 
market. Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 


Giant Lucullus. 

70 Days. This is the most satisfactory variety for general use. 
Chard is becoming more and more a commercial product for 
market gardeners, for its cultivation is very simple and the demand for it is increasing. 
The strain which we offer is of very high quality. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 

See Page 22 for MANGEL BEETS. 




Early Etampes. 

85 Days. A 

very quick 
maturing- variety of the 
pointed type, maturing- near- 
ly a week earlier but being 
somewhat small- 
er than the Early 
The quality is 
good. Oz., 20c; % 
lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 
10 lb., $19.00. 

Early Jersey 

90 Days. This is 
an early strain 
of Wakefield, 
producing medi- 
um size pointed 
heads. They are 
solid and of ex- 
cellent quality. 
Oz., 15c; % lb., 
50c; lb., $1.75; 10 
lb., $16.50. 

or Large 

95 Days. This 
variety is larger 
than Early Jer- 
sey Wakefield 
and is more us- 

LATE FLAT DUTCH (x%) ually grown for 

commercial pur- 
poses. This variety is in very general use among commercial houses. Our strain is 
highly recommended. Oz., 20c; % lb., 65c; lb., $2.25; 10 lb., $21.50. 

95 Days. The earliest cabbage of 
the round head type under cultiva- 
tion. Since its introduction ten years ago it has firmly established itself as the most 
profitable early cabbage. Copenhagen Market has now replaced Glory of Enkhuizen, a 
similar but inferior Danish variety. Our strain can be depended upon to produce early 
hard, solid heads. Oz., 25c; % lb., 75c; lb., $2.50; 10 lb., $24.00. 

r J Plaf riiifok 105 Days. An old standard type of cabbage, maturing in late 
tiariy rial UUltn. September. The plant is short stemmed, upright and with 
few outer leaves, consequently the rows can be set close together. The heads are round 
but flattened, very solid and uniform. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 50c; lb., $1.75; 10 lb., $16.50. 

I nto Flaf Tinfoil 130 Days. A variety maturing in November. Popular with 
LtOXG rial LFUlCll. market gardeners on account of its high yielding qualities. It 

Copenhagen Market (Stokes Standard) 

is large sized, hard and slightly rounded. Oz., 15c; lb., 50c; lb., $1.75; 10 lb., $16.50. 

^iirf»f»ccirn-i 110 Da y s « A variety remarkable for its resistance to hot sun and dry 
JUttcbslun. weather. It is also recommended because of its ability to stand two to 
three weeks without breaking after reaching maturity. The heads are nearly flat across 
the top. Oz., 15c; % lb., 50c; lb., $1.75; 10 lb., $16.50. 

Danish Ballhead or Hollander (Stokes Standard). n ow°o^SdeTed%he n stana! 

ard for winter storage purposes and thousands of acres are grown annually. Our strain 
has a medium stem. Tonnage per acre is the chief consideration with this variety. Inas- 
much as there is an amazing difference between different strains that are offered, we would 
warn all cabbage growers to be on their guard. Oz., 20c; *4 lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Momms>flU Da/1 O 120 Days. A red cabbage with a very solid head of good 
IVldramoin I\ea l\OCK. quality and size. The heads are large and slightly flat- 
tened. Our strain is especially recommended for pickling or for cole-slaw. Oz., 25c; *4 lb., 
75c; lb., $2.50; 10 lb., $24.50. 

R*arl Danicli 130 Days. This cabbage is identical with Danish Ball- 

ivcu LScllildll Oiuneneaa. head, except in its color. The head is very solid and the 
deep red color extends to the very center. True seed of this variety is difficult to obtain. 
Our stock may be depended upon. Oz., 25c; *4 lb., 85c; lb., $3.00; 10 lb., $29.00. 

A reliable strain of a savoy leaved cabbage. Oz., 
20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Pe Tsai or Chinese Cabbage, Wong Bok. ^Sil 3 Uti&i £?\T°£L n 

tured during the mid-summer months. Wong Bok attains a height of about 12 inches. 
This- variety may be eaten raw as a salad or may be cooked and served as a hot vegeta- 
ble. Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

American Drumhead Savoy. 




This fall vegetable is coming- to be more and more popular on the commercial produce 
markets. It is grown for the globular buds or sprouts produced along the stout upright 
stem. In its seedling stage it closely resembles cabbage. The axillarv buds, instead of 
remaining dormant, as is the case in common cabbage, develop into miniature heads very 
similar to cabbage, being about one inch in diameter. The culture of the vegetable is 
very similar to that of late cabbage. Care should be taken to break down the lower 
leaves in the early fall. The stock which we offer is a good commercial strain Oz.. 20c: 
% lb.. 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., §19.00. 



Early Scarlet Horn, f £H* 

ty in general use for forcing pur- 
poses for outdoor cultivation in the 
early spring. The roots will attain 
a length of about 3 inches. They 
are reddish orange in color. The 
tops are small. As is the case with 
other quick-growing root crops, it 
soon passes the edible stage and, 
therefore, must be gathered prompt- 
ly on maturing. Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; 
lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.S0. 

Chantenay (Stokes Stand- 
off]") Days. This may be con- 
• sidered the standard car- 
rot for general garden purposes. 
Our standard strain has been se- 
lected for uniformity of the roots. 
It is nearly two weeks earlier than 
Dnnvers Half-Long, slightly shorter 
and more stump-rooted than that 
variety. Length 4y 2 inches, taper- 
ing slightly from well set shoul- 
ders. Color deep orange, flesh crisp 
and tender. Oz., 10c; ^ lb., 20c; lb., 
60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

Danvers Half -Long. %ff%£ 

riety differs from Chantenay in that 
it is two weeks later in maturing 
and has an average length of 5% 
inches, tapering to a blunt point. 
The color is a deep orange. The 
quality of the roots is excellent. 
Oz.. 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., 
$4. SO. 

T „ v „ , T ,~ J I "S Days. A distinct improvement over the older Long 

improvea i-Ong orange. Orange, being slightly longer and earlier. Color is a 
deep golden yellow in the early stages, shading a deep orange red when fully grown. 
The surface is very smooth and will average 7 inches in length. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 20c; lb., 
50c; 10 lb., S4.S0. 

Avkaovf rnoKon/la so Days. The roots of this variety will attain a length 

V-rxneari Or OUeranae. of about 8% inches and the thickest point will average 
at least 3 inches in diameter. A desirable variety for hard, stiff soils because of the ease 
with which they may be harvested. Oxheart is often grown for stock purposes and will 
often produce more tons to the acre than any other variety. Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 
10 lb., $4.S0. 


Earliest Snowball (Stokes Standard). f ^/%^TsVXlJTeti v ^^; 

esteem by commercial growers than any other. The plant is compact, with few short 
outside leaves. The heads when blanched are pure white and of standard market size. 
The strain which we offer is the result of the most painstaking work on the part of our 
Danish growers. It can be thoroughly relied upon. Oz., §1.25; ^ lb., $5.00; lb., $20.00. 

rianick TV-IT W/^ofU^*. { C l>*-r+¥\ 110 Days. As its name implies, it is a variety 
UdHlbn l/ry YV earner VVJiani,/. w hich adapts itself to arid conditions, very often 
succeeding where all other varieties fail. We especially recommend it for plantations 
inland, more than 200 miles from the seacoast. Oz., $1.15; % lb., $4.50; lb., $1S.00. 




Golden Self-Blanch- 
ing (Stokes Stand- 

ai> f]\ 115 days. Because 
of the importance 
of this variety to commer- 
cial g- r o w e r s, we offer 
proven stock only. By this 
we mean seed that has 
been carried over for one 
year and tested commer- 
cially and found to be fully 
up to specifications. Our 
standard strain is a very 
vig-orous grower and for 
this reason is not suscept- 
ible to blight. It is of good 
eating and keeping quality, 
the heavy solid stalks add- 
ing greatly to its value. 
Oz., 70c; % lb., $2.50; lb., 

Easy Blanching 
(Stokes Standard). 

125 days. Since the intro- 
duction of this type of cel- 
ery nine years ago, there 
have been many different 
strains and names for it. 
Of some the quality has 
been very good, but of 
many it has not been what 
it should have been. Ow- 
ing to the importance of 
this variety to the com- 
mercial celery grower, we 
have made arrangements 
for a seed supply which we 
believe is unsurpassed by 
any offered in this coun- 
try. From every point of 
view our stock will be con- 
sidered one of the most 
valuable ever offered. The 
stalks are full hearted and 
of a light golden color. 
They will blanch very 
quickly with either boards 
or paper. Easy Blanching 
will mature just after 
Golden Self-Blanching has 
been harvested. We cannot 
speak too highly of this 
strain. Oz., $1.35; % lb., 
$5.00; lb., $20.00. 

125 Days. A variety of beautiful appearance because of the con- 
trasting- white and green color of the leaves but, nevertheless, of 
rather poor eating qualities. It is rather slender in stalk formation. In order to give 
it the very best appearance the plants should be artificially blanched before being offered 
for sale. Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00. 


White Plume. 


Winter King. 

130 Days. This variety resembles Golden Self-Blanching in many par- 
ticulars, maturing soon after that variety. Its round, thick stalks are of 
the Pascal type and when properly blanched the heart is a beautiful light golden color. 
The edible qualities of Columbia are almost unsurpassed. Oz., 25c; *4 lb., 85c; lb., $3.00. 

150 Days. This is one of the most important winter varieties, being 
ready for market shortly after Christmas and, if properly stored, 
will keep all winter. The plants are characterized for their robust growth, tall stalks 
with high joints and a rich light golden heart. The stock offered can be relied upon by 
the most critical growers. Oz., 20c; % ib., 60c; lb., $2.00. 


f«ianf Pr»<m*» 159 Da ys. There is always a constant, even though limited, demand 
VJiaiu l I ague f or turnip-rooted celery. The roots of Giant Prague are globular in 
shape, comparatively smooth and of the best quality, averaging about 2y 2 inches in diam- 
eter. It will be found a good keeper if stored under proper conditions. Celeriac should 
receive almost the same culture as celery, being planted in rows 2 feet apart and about 6 
inches apart in the row. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50. 




Early Malcolm (Stokes Standard). 2h?"&JSS 3^&S?£gSSS 

in the United States by this company in 1920. One of its parents was Early Malakoff, 
a Russian variety. Early Malcolm opens the sweet corn season two weeks ahead of 
any other standard variety. 3Ialeolm is produced on slender stalks 3% feet high and 
the ears are borne about 20 inches from the ground. By planting May 10th the ears should 
be ready for table use by the Fourth of July. The variety is high in sugar content and is 
delicate to the taste. The ears will average about 6 inches in length. Truck growers 
will do well to look into this variety, at least in an experimental way. Q,t., 35c; pk., $2.60; 
bu., $10.00. 

C ^\A^-^ 12 70 Days. This well-kown early yellow and extremely sweet vari 

VjOluen Daniam. ety needs little description. The length of the ear is about 4y 2 
inches, which ordinarily is 8 rowed. Market gardeners who cater to a private trade can 
grow Golden Bantam to great advantage. Q,t., 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 

Fai»lxr \A/Viit*» rnvv 70 Da y s> The stalks of this corn grow to a height of about 4 feet, 
daily Willie V^Ory. producing ears 5V 2 inches in length, containing from 10 to 12 
rows. As an early variety it has considerable merit. Qt., 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 

l£**-r*AcA r^Jir fi.-i 75 Days. A standard mid-season variety. Stalks will grow 
rwenaei t.ariy Vjlcllll. to a height of 5% feet, bearing an ear about 6% inches in 
length, containing 12 to 14 rows. Kendel Early Giant is still in considerable demand by 
truck growers, at.. 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 

frkMian f^inrif 78 Da y s « This is one of the best of several crosses which have been 
UOlUcIl VJlallu made with the object of increasing the size of the Golden Bantam 
type. Maturing about one week later than Bantam, it will produce an ear nearly twice 
the size but not so high in sugar content. As a commercial variety, however, it is highly 
recommended. Q,t., 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 

Double-Barreled Best (Stokes Standard). Sit"".? •. ™»,;^r. s &2i 

Early Giant and Stowell Evergreen. It was introduced by Walter P. Stokes in 1913. Its 
name is indicative of its habit of growth, about 70 per cent, of the stalks producing 2 
ears. In this part of New Jersey Double-Barreled Best is an established second early 
variety. Thousands of baskets are taken by motor truck into the Philadelphia markets. 
The ears will average 7 inches in length and are high in sugar content. Q,t., 30c; pk., 
$2.25; bu., $8.00. 

**»%i-1«w*i*»m 88 Days. This is one of the later sweet corns of excellent 
country Ueniieman. quality. The fact that the ears are not as a rule as thick 
through as Double-Barreled Best or Stowell Evergreen has caused truck growers to aban- 
don it. However, where ear corn is sold by the dozen instead of by the basket, it is very 
desirable. Qt., 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 

I7, r *»*»rrvr>*»™ 90 Days. This is the standard late market corn for nearly all 
JlOWeil tiVergreeil. parts of the country. The stalks will attain a height of over 
7 feet, bearing heavy thick ears 8 inches long. Owing to the length of its season it can not 
be grown in the more northern latitudes as is the case with most of the mid-season and 
late varieties, at., 25c; pk., $1.60; bu., $6.00. 


White Rice. Qt ., 2 5c; P k., $i.eo. Golden Queen. Qt . t 2 5 C; P k., $i.eo. 



60 Days.! 

1 n t r o 


Evergreen White Spine. 

duced by Johnson & Stokes in 1886. This! 
is now one of the standard slicing cucum- 
bers. Its name is indicative of its deep! 
green color, which it retains at all stages! 
of its growth. It is slightly longer than! 
some of the original white spine typesl 
and will average 7 inches in length. Thef 
outside color is a dark green, showing! 
some white stripes at the ends. Oz., 15c;H 
% lb., 35c; ib., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 


65 Days. This is one of 
the favorite varieties with 
southern growers who ship north. The 
fruits will average 7 inches in length, 
tapering at the blossom end but blunt at 
the stem end. The white stripe is dis- 
cernible but not objectionable. It has a 
reputation for holding its color over a 
long period. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 
10 lb., $12.00. 

rt«»; D^r^-i. 60 Days. The fruits 
UaVlS jrerreCl. Q f this well-known 
variety often attain a length of 10 inches. 
The vines are hardy and vigorous and 
continue to bear after a long period. Oz., 
15c; *4 lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Improved Long Green. o ne D of the 

original black spine varieties now used 
extensively for pickling purposes. Fruits 
will often grow to a length of 12 inches. 
The color is a uniform dark green. The 
vines are vigorous and very productive. 
Our strain is highly recommended. Oz., 
15c; y 4 lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Green Prolific or Boston Pick- 
liner 60 Da y s « This is a black spine va- 
*"*§• riety and is extensively used by 
the commercial pickle men. The fruits 
will average 6 inches in length when fully 
developed. Our stock may be depended 
upon. Oz., 10c; % lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., 

West India Gherkin. »?Km™ 8 

est cucumber on the market but a very 
desirable one for pickling. Its maximum 
length is about 2y 2 inches. Seeds are 
sometimes slow in germinating. We, 
therefore, recommend a carefully pre- 
pared seed bed. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 40c; lb., 
$1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 


A vegetable grown in the South for 
reens. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 80c. 



(x 2/ 3 ) 


Curled or Pepper Grass. 

A small salad having beautiful curled leaves which are 
used for garnishing. The seed germinates"" remarkably 
quick and produces a plant about 12 inches high. Curled Cress is especially desirable 
when served with lettuce. It has a warm pungent taste. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 20c; lb., 60c. 

U/ fl fV<»cc ^ hard y perennial developing most normally when under water. It 
VY aid View. grows rapidly from seed or from fresh cut branches. Clear, uncon- 
taminated running water is the most desirable. Once a bed is established and kept free 
from weeds, it will develop with very little attention. It is one of the most delicious of 
small salads. When gathered for market, the roots should be cut and not broken. Oz., 
30c; 14 lb., $1.10; lb., $4.00. 




RlanL- Roaiifv 123 Da y s - A prolific variety bear- 
ucduiVt i n o- handsome egg-shaped fruit 
of a dark purplish black color. They will average 8 
inches in length. Oz., 40c; Y 4 lb., $1.50; lb., $5.00; 10 
lb.. $47.50. 

New York Purple. 

140 Days. Two weeks later 
than Black Beauty. The 
outside color is considerably lighter than that vari- 
ety and the blossom end much flatter, the whole effect 
being more triangular Oz., 40c; % lb., $1.50; lb., $5.00; 
10 lb., $47.50. 


White Curled. 

100 Days. This variety is some- 
times spoken of as Giant Fringed 
or Oyster. The light yellowish color of the outer 
leaves, which blanch to a cream white, distinguishes 
this from the Green Curled. The heads will average 
15 inches across. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., 

C v^^t-» furiosi 100 Days. Sometimes called Mara- 
Oreen juried. mo th Green Curled. The leaves 
of this type are beautifully divided and its rich dark 
green color is in marked contrast to its golden white 
center, which blanches very rapidly. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 
30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.00. 

100 Days. Escarolle is a synonym for this variety, which 
is in larger demand than any other endive cultivated in 
this country. The heads are slightly smaller than the White or Green Curled. The leaves 
are cut at the edges and somewhat twisted. This variety is easily blanched if tied up. 
Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.00. 

CUJCni^V FPI7Wr , i4 FNTiIy/TT This comparatively unknown salad is 
l^rlllAJIx. 1 Or rrvll,rNL,n UrNLUVL. planted in May or June and in October the 
roots are dug, trimmed of unnecessary outer shoots and laid horizontally in tiers under 
moist earth. A warm vegetable cellar is the usual place selected. Darkness is essential. 
In 3 to 4 weeks fine white leaves are produced. They are cut when about 6 inches in 
length. Oz., 10c; Y A lb., 20c; lb.. 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 


Broad-Leaved Batavian. 


pv £ C*in\txt\ Q/»^t/»U •* 5 Days. In quality the best kale under cultivation. Ex- 
UWari VsUriea OCOICII. tensively grown in the Norfolk District for large Eastern 
markets. It is finely curled, low- growing and quite hardy. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 75c; 
10 lb., $7.00. 

I Ci,„J' „ 00 Days. This variety, as indicated by its name, will hold 

imperial LOng OianUing. longer before shooting to seed than the Dwarf Curled 
Scotch. It is also more spreading. The leaves are beautifully curled and crumpled. The 
quality is not equal to OS 
Dwarf Curled Scotch. The ^ 
color is a bright green. 
Imperial Long Standing 
has a distinct commercial 
value. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; 
lb., 75c; 10 lb., $7.00. 


Early White Vienna. 

50 Days. This variety is a 
beautiful whitish green 
and the fact that it will 
mature nearly 3 weeks ear- I 
lier than Purple Vienna 
makes it more valuable for 
early market work. It is 
best for the table when it 
is 2y 2 inches in diameter. 
Oz., 15c; Vi lb., 40c; lb., 
$1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

p ilvn i V5 "0 Days. This is a coarser growing variety. The color is a bluish 

r Uipie V lenna. purple. The plants are taller and generally larger, thus requiring 
more room. Both the White and the Purple, however, have established a place on the 
commercial markets. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 





HANSON (xl/ 4 ) 

Salamander, B. S. other a syif. 

onyms are Black Seed Tennis Ball, 
All Heart, Sensation, etc., etc., The 
large number of synonyms which 
have been attached to this lettuce 
in the 100 odd years that it has been 
in cultivation in this country, is 
indicative of its importance as a 
commercial variety. It is a butter 
variety, strictly cabbage heading, 
large to medium in size and early- 
intermediate in season. The color 
of the head is light green. The 
quality is excellent. It will hold 11 
days before shooting to seed. Color 
of the seed grayish black. Oz., 15c; 
% lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. * 

Green-Leaved Big Boston 
(Stokes Standard), W. S. 

78 Days. This is a strain of French 
Unrivaled and is a specially selected 
stock; recommended for the most 
critical and painstaking market 
gardener. Green-Leaved Big Boston 
resembles Big Boston except that it 
has no reddish border to the leaves. We believe our stock to be invaluable for cultivation 
under glass or in the Held. It will hold 18 days before shooting to seed. Oz., 20c; % lb., 
60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Rinr Rsvetswi \A7 Q 78 Days. A well-known and popular cabbage heading lettuce 
Dig DQblon, VV • O. of the butter type. It is medium light green with a slight 
tinge of brown on the margin of the outer leaves. The head itself is brittle, buttery and 
the interior a beautiful whitish yellow. The quality is fair. Oz., 15c; % lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 
10 lb., $12.00. 

All Qpacnnc R Q 77 D *»ys. The ability of this variety to withstand mid-summer 
OGosUIIb, JO. heat places it in a class by itself and it is recommended above 

all other varieties for that purpose. The color is a light green; the quality good. It will 
hold 20 days before shooting to seed. Oz., 15c; *4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

M flV ICincr W 70 Da y s « ° ne of the newer heading varieties of the butter type. 

iwlay rvillg, VV • O. Medium small, light green and tinged slightly with brown at 
the edges. This variety is exceptionally early under outdoor cultivation and is also suc- 
cessfully grown under glass. Oz., 15c; % lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

Maw Yrkflr nv Wnn^Prfnl W 87 »ays. This is the lettuce which is spoken 

ncw 1 orK or OnueiTUI, VV . O. Q f as iceberg on the commercial markets and 
it is this variety almost exclusively that is now being shipped east from California. Los 
Angeles is another synonym for it. It is one of the largest of the heading varieties, 
curled, crisp, dark green with slightly curled edges. Will hold 24 days before shooting 
to seed. Our strain is to be highly recommended. Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Crstr\A Ranirle R ^ 70 Da y s « A variety of wide popularity but not of exceptional 
VJimiU lYdplUb, D. o. quality. It has proven to be very popular with greenhouse 
men. The plant is spreading when young but becomes compact when matured, forming a 
loosely rounded cluster of leaves which are excessively blistered and crumpled, very thick 
and heavy. The color is light green. The seeds are slow to germinate. The matured plant 
will hold 10 days before shooting to seed. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Han con \\7 Q 85 Days. From almost all angles this is the most desirable of the 
iiaildUU, VV. O. loose leaved types. In quality it outclasses all others, its light 
green color being unspotted and the leaves being decidedly crisp but loose headed. 
Will hold 24 days before shooting to seed. Our strain may be relied upon. Oz., 15c; 
% lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

82 Days. Paris White Cos is a synonym for this variety. 
This is a self-closing, comparatively late variety, very slow 
to shoot to seed. The plant is compact. The outside color is a dark green but well 
blanched on the interior. The quality is excellent and is unsurpassed for Romaine salad. 
Will hold 20 days before shooting to seed. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 


Rvnarl I oa-vrAr! ^ mild tasted and excellent quality vegetable, sometimes known as 
urudU J-»C«*VCU. Lamb's Lettuce or Fetticus. It is often used in place of lettuce. 
Oz., 10c; y 4 lb., 25c; lb., SOe. 

Trianon Cos, W. S. 


IVfortcf-vrkiic rafAntan Tne root of thsi variety attains a diameter of 2 inches 
iViUiidiruUd V^dreilUUl. and wili blanch to a pure white. The quality is mild and 
tender. It is a flat-leaved bulbous hardy perennial, especially desired by our foreign 
population. Oz., 15c; *4 ib., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 




Extra Early Hackensack. 

Netted Gem or Rocky Ford. 

S5 Days. A variety originating - near Hackensack, New 
Jersey, 50 years ago. It is green-fleshed., medium in 
size, nearly round, somewhat flattened and will stand stem end upwards. This melon is 
recommended for early market work only. Oz., 15c; *4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

Favlv rCnicrrtt or Sliaar Swp^t 90 Da ^ s - For nearby market purposes, this melon 
H,ariy rvmglll Or JUgar OWCei. surpasses all others from almost every standpoint. 
It is not a crating variety, but for excellence of flavor, convenient and attractive size and 
general uniformity, we can recommend no other higher. It invariably tops the produce 
market prices. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

95 Days. This melon has been the commercial 
variety in the big shipping sections for 40 years. 
The strain we offer is decidedly rust-resistant and the outside surface of the fruits is 
well netted, the cross sectors having been entirely eliminated. The flesh is light green 
and the seed cavity small. For growers desiring a standard melon for crating, this is 
recommended. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

D _11 _ _1_ I (\ OP fQt^lr^e Cf_„ J ov J \ 95 Days. This strain is as near to perfection 
rOllOCK lU-^O V- 3101 **^ Oianuara;. as any shipping cantaloupe which has so far 
been bred. It is now the favorite amongst the large shippers of Colorado and the Imperial 
Valley. This perfectly netted variety is almost soldily salmon-fleshed. The flavor is 
distinctly more delicious than the green-fleshed type. The stock has been selected for 
disease resistance and can be recommended above all others for long distance shipments. 
Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb.. $14.00. 

95 Days. This melon is similar to the older and now discarded Jenny Lind 
type, being flat on the ends, having deep cut sectors and being covered 
with a light netting. It is not a shipping variety, but for local market cultivation it is 
quite popular among the New Jersey growers, being second only in popularity to the 
Sugar Sweet. Oz., 15c; y* lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

100 Days. This variety is recommended especially for market 
gardeners who develop a private trade. Its taste is the most deli- 
cious of any muskmelon. It is not a shipping variety but easily withstands short hauls. 
The interior flesh is bright orange. Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

A„ aCTA 100 Days. An orange fleshed melon especially popular in the Middle Western 
Wbagc. markets. The vines bear profusely, setting fruits close to the hill. It has a 
long growing season. The shape of the melon is elongated and is covered with a light 
netting over a dark green skin. The flesh is thick and the delicious golden color extends 
to the rind. Our stock may be thoroughly depended upon. Miller's Cream is a synonym. 
Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

Hrtti^v Dow 150 Days* Tnis melon is suitable for cultivation in the warmer lati- 
Mnviicy LJCW. tudes and usually does not mature in the latitude of Philadelphia 
unless started under glass and transplanted. Although this melon has only been on the 
market since 1915 in this country, it is not a new variety, having been brought over from 
Europe where it is known as White Antibes Winter. Its remarkable popularity is due to 
its exquisite flavor. We believe with proper attention market gardeners will find this a 
money-making crop. Please note that we list both the Golden and the Green strains. 
Be sure to specify which is desired when ordering. Price for both — Oz., 15c; y* lb., 40c; 
lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 


Emerald Gem. 


Harris Earliest. ^ ° o y£ 

shaped melon with irregular 
mottled stripes of light and 
dark green. It is especially 
desirable for early market 
work inasmuch as it will be 
ripe from 3 to 4 weeks ahead 
of the Tom Watson type. Cole 
Early is a synonym. Seed 
black. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; 
lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

Kleckley Sweet. Tu?Fi 

dark green melon with thin 
rind but of most delicious 
quality. This variety is espe- 
cially adapted to melon grow- 
ers who are not situated far 
from their markets. They will 
average 20 inches in length 
and 12 inches in diameter. 
The flesh is bright scarlet. 
Seed brown. Oz., 10c; % lb., 
25c; lb., 80c, 10 lb., $7.75. 


1 2 


T~~* U/-,fc rt « 130 Days. The leading market melon. Very similar to Kleckley 
I OIXl W aiSOIl. Sweet except that the rind is thick and stands long distance ship- 
ments. Its size runs from 18 to 24 inches in length and 12 inches in diameter. Prom 
many standpoints it outclasses all other melons for shipping purposes. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 
25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

lfsJk Cam I 30 Days. This old standard is a large oval melon slightly flattened at 
I\.OlD ucm. the ends, mottled with irregular stripes of light and dark green. The 
rind, although comparatively thin, is dark and firm and withstands distant shipping. 
The flavor is very good. Seed black. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

100 Days. Fruits are nearly globular in shape and striped somewhat like the 
old Gypsy Melon. Flesh is white in color and not edible when raw, it being 
used for preserving purposes only. Oz., 10c; % lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. 




Yellow Globe Danvers. 

110 Days. A variety exten- 
sively used for main crop 
work. In shape it is slightly 
flattened from the globe, aver- 
aging about 3 inches across. 
The outside skin is a rich 
yellow, the inside a creamy 
white, crisp, mild and sweet. 
It will produce well from seed 
grown in the open ground. It 
is a fine keeper and a good 
shipper. The stock we offer 
is grown from selected bulbs. 
Oz., 15c; y 4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 
10 lb., $12.00. 

Yellow Dutch or S trass- 

kiiftr 110 Days. This onion 
UUrg. i s mU ch more flat- 
tened than any other sort, 
averaging 3 inches in diam- 
eter and iy 2 inches from top 
to bottom. The outside is 
straw-yellow and the inside 
cream white. This variety is 
used extensively for the pro- 
duction of the finest grade 
onion sets. Oz., 15c; % lb., 
40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

QrtiifKr»«ff VollivtAr Plr\k» H° Da y s « Slightly larger than the Yellow Globe Dan- 
OOUinpOiT 1 cllOW VilOOc. vers, also very hardy and exceedingly productive as a 
main crop sort, sometimes producing over 800 bushels per acre. Its color is a rich golden 
yellow and the inside flesh is mild and sweet. Oz., 15c; *4 lb., 35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

110 Days. Introduced by Johnson & Stokes in 
1887 as Spanish King Prizetaker. It is a type 
of the famous Spanish onion remembered by those of a generation ago. When fully ma- 
tured it will average 4 inches in diameter. As an onion for fall and winter use it is highly 
recommended. Especially good results may be obtained by starting in cold frames and 
transplanting to the open ground. Oz., 15c; % lb., 45c; lb., $1.60; 10 lb., $15.50. 

95 Days. A variety grown largely for small 
pickling onions and for white sets. When ma- 
tured, however, it will show a very flat type, being about 3% inches in diameter and 1% 
inches from top to bottom. Flesh is very mild. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

C _ , ,f L„ I 20 Days. The standard commercial white onion. 

OOUinpori VVmie OIODC Crystal white in color with pure white flesh, mild in 
flavor and productive. It is also sown in the spring for green bunch onions. It has ex- 
cellent shipping and storing qualities, keeping longer than the Bermudas. Oz., 15c; lb., 
40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

I arffP R«rl Wotkoi-cfVolrl 100 D »y s - A spherical onion slightly flattened at the 
i^dl gc l\CU YV ClIierMieiU. ends. The neck is very small. The tops, when grown, 
are long, slender and clear green colored. The outside skin is a beautiful red, the inside 
flesh being tinged with red. This is more pungent than any other variety. Oz., 15c; *4 lb., 
35c; lb., $1.25; 10 lb., $12.00. 

Cls\iifli*-kSM*f RasI flsvk^ HO Days. The shape of this onion is similar to the White 
OOUinpOIT I\ea VJlODe. and Yellow Southport. The color is a rich red. The neck 
is very small. The inside flesh is white tinged with purple. As a shipping and storing 
onion this is highly recommended. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Mammoth Yellow Prizetaker. 

White Portugal or Silverskin. 


Yellow Bottom Sets. 

Write for 

White Bottom Sets. 

Write for 




Perkins Green-Pod. 

A variety originating- in Burlington County, New Jersey, on 
a farm not far distant from our own. Its name is descriptive 
of the plant, producing green pods about 5 inches in length. It is now the principal 
commercial variety. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., §3.80. 

\7olxr<*t c °l° r °f t ^ ie pods is white. They are medium in length, smooth 

VY mie V eivei. an( j verv tender. Their quality has "made them a favorite on many 
markets. Oz., 10c; Yi lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., §3.S0. 


Champion Moss Curled (Stokes Standard). ™ r RT„e°£nT* c to tfe «»- 

excelled. The fact that it is perfectly curled and of a rich dark green color makes it 
highlx desirable for market purposes. This is a garnishing parsley and for commercial 
purposes leads all others. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 30c; lb., §1.00; 10 lb., §9.50. 

Plain "° Days. The leaves of this parsley are not curled but are perfectly flat and 
r lain. deeply cut. Plain Parsley is desirable for flavoring or for drying. It is not 
recommended for garnishing. Our strain may be relied upon. Oz., 10c; Yi lb., 20c; lb., 
50c; 10 lb., §4.80. 

90 Days. The root is the edible part of this variety. 
The leaves are very similar to Plain Parsley and for 
flavoring purposes this varietv is highly recommended. The root resembles parsnip in 
both color and shape. Oz., 10c; Yi lb., 25c; lb., 75c; 10 lb., §7.00. 

Hamburg Turnip-Rooted. 


Pie or Winter Luxury. 

... n „ LJ«.11«.». T 130 Days, Our stock of this variety attains a length 

OUemsey nOHOW vrOWn. of about S inches. The color is pure white and the 
root is uniformly smooth and of excellent quality. Oz., 10c; Y* lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., §4.S0. 


75 Days. The tender quality of this pumpkin makes it 
highly desirable for pie purposes. It is not grown on a 
large scale commercially, however, averaging only about 12 inches in diameter. Oz., 10c; 
Yi lb., 30c; lb., §1.00; 10 lb., §9.50. 

K^_A___1__ 17* 1 J _„ C-. r ~~f pL no . fl 90 Days. This is the standard field pumpkin, 
eniUCKy rieia Or OWeei Wieese. especially good for stock feeding, although 
it is also used for pie purposes to some extent. The fruits are elongated and of a golden 
color. Flesh is light yellow. It is a good keeper. Oz., 10c; Yi lb., 25c; lb., 75c; 10 lb., §7.00. 

-.1J„„ Qnmmav 80 Days. This is a pumpkin of exceptional qual- 

ViOiaen JUmmer V^rOOKneCK. it y and where truckers develop their own private 
markets it is a desirable variety. In shape it is sharply curved. Both the outside skin 
and the flesh are yellow. Oz., lpc; % lb., 30e; lb., §1.00; 10 lb., §9.50. 

Kina r\£ tVio Mammnfhe 90 Da ?" s - A French variety offered under this name by 
IMng Ol Uie lViammOinS. Johnson & Stokes in 1885. Not infrequently this variety 
weighs over 200 pounds and is 3 feet in diameter. It is especially recommended for dis- 
play purposes at agricultural fairs. Oz., 15c; Yi lb.. 35c; lb., §1.25; 10 lb., §12.00. 





Alaska or Earliest of All. f »fZ" r 

knowledge this is the earliest pea in ex- 
istence. The foliage grows to a height of 
2 feet and is light green in color. The 
pods are slightly lighter than the foliage 
and will average 2*4 inches in length, be- 
ing blunt at the apex. The pods contain 
an average of 5 peas. The crop will ma- 
ture evenly and may all be harvested at 
one time. This variety is in very large 
commercial use among both truckers and 
canners. The dried seeds are pale bluish 
green. at., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., $9.00. 

Pedigree Extra Early. A n D e xt7a 

early variety of better quality than the 
Alaska. The plant grows to a height of 
20 inches. The foliage and pods are 
slightly darker than Alaska and will at- 
tain a length of 2% inches. Our stock 
may be thoroughly relied upon. at., 35c; 
pk., $2.50; bu., $9.50. 

Prolific Early Market. f a tu?i y n s g 

10 days later than Alaska and bearing 
pods nearly half an inch longer, blunt 
and of a light green color, this variety 
has proved to be a profitable one to many 
truck growers. at., 35c; pk., $2.50; bu., 

Sutton Excelsior. «° ar ? 6 a t y y i 3 T t h hl 

leader of its class, being an improvement 
on Notts Excelsior and American Wonder, 
neither of which we now list. The vines 
are dwarf, attaining a height of only 15 
inches. The pods will average 3 inches 
in length. The seed is pale green, wrin- 
kled, medium large. at., 35c; pk., $2.50; 
bu., $9.50. 

I ~<»-4- 57 Days. This is a very 
LaXtOIlian. popular and profitable 
dwarf variety, maturing about 2 weeks 
: , after Alaska. It will mature slightly 

earlier than Gradus and about the same 
■■HHp, time as Thos. Laxton. The height of the 

vines will average 15 inches and the 
, VH; length of the pods 3% inches. Their 

TFT Ftptto^VF habit of growth facilitates picking, Seed 

, n. cream color, tinged with pale green, large 

(Natural Size) and wrinkled. Qt., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., 


TU ne I av f nn 57 Days. This pea is 
lilOS. LaXlOD., hardy slightly earlier 

hardy, slightly earli 
and more attractive than Gradus, which 
it resembles in shape, excepting that it 
has blunt pods. The pods average 3*4 
inches in length. The vines will grow to a height of 30 inches. The seed is cream color 
blended with pale green, wrinkled and large. at., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., $10.00. 

f marine 60 Da y s » Tne luxuriant vines of this pea grow about 3 feet high. Its pods 
UrauUb. are nearly as long as Telephone, attaining a length of 4 inches, being straight 
and slightly rounded at .the point. Gradus is quick to germinate, maturing splendidly 
under good conditions but disappointing under adverse conditions. The seed is large, 
wrinkled, cream color tinged with green. Q,t., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., $10.00. 

I iw\e> M arv J 60 Days. A dwarf variety of considerable popularity. The vines 
JUllllc lVlarvei. reach a height of 15 inches and the pods a length of about 3 inches, 
often being produced in pairs. We highly recommend our strain. The seed is green, 
wrinkled and of medium size, at., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., $10.00. 

TdLit>1ia?io (Alderman Type.) 70 days. This is the principal variety grown for 
1 eiepnune. mid-summer, its heavy vines protecting it from the warm weather. 
Our strain is of the Alderman type, which indicates that the pods are a dark green and 
not the light green typical of the original Telephone. The vines grow to a height of 4 
feet and the pods attain a length of 4 inches, there being from 5 to 10 peas in a pod. 
Telephone is prolific and matures its crop evenly. Dried seeds vary in color from pale 
green to white, at., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., $10.00. 



PEAS (continued) 

MammntVi Pnrlrl^rl Snaar 70 Da ^ s - An edible podded variety, which if picked 
IViammOin roaaea JUgar. half sreen are prepared for the table very much the 
same as snap beans. The pods are nearly one inch in width, but are comparatively thin. 
The vines are very prolific, attaining- a height of 5 feet. The dried seed is purple-brown 
and the blossom is blue-purple. Qt.. 45c: pk., 83.25; bo.. 812.0O. 




RUBY KING (x %) 

125 Days. A very early variety of 
sweet pepper. Coming into bearing in 
July, they will continue, under proper conditions, until 
frost. Before ripening., they are of a light green color, 
later changing to a glowing red. Oz., 20c; Yt lb., 60c; 
lb., 82.00; 10 lb,. $19.00. 

130 Days. A sweet pepper of the most 
delicious flavor. Its uniform shape is 
greatly to its advantage, and is especially desirable for 
stuffing purposes. The flesh is thick but may be easily 
peeled off by scalding. Oz., 25c; Y* lb., S5e; lb., 83.00; 
10 lb., $29.00. 

P^Jl Dull NT n » a 140 Days. A hot pepper some- 
tSeli Or £SUU INOSC times resembling Ruby King 
in shape, but thicker at the stem end. A very desirable 
variety of its class. Oz., 30c; % lb., 95c; lb.. 83.50; 10 lb.. 

Ruby King (Stokes Standard). ^S^ES 

main season pepper, being: very vigorous and productive. 
The fruits will run from 4 to 5 inches in length and are 
usuallv 3 lobed. The flesh is thick and very mild. Oz.. 
25c; % lb* 75c; lb.. 82.50: 10 lb., 824.00. 

D,.L„ Cl^-^t- 150 Days. An improvement over the 
i\UDy Oiani. old R UD y King. Each fruit will have 
4 lobes when true to type. Our strain is highly desir- 
able. Oz., 25c; Yt lb., S5c; lb.. 83.00; 10 lb., 829.00. 

150 Days. This is the largest pep- 
per known in this country, being 
very often 4 inches in diameter. While not grown com- 
mercially to the same extent as Ruby King or Ruby 
Giant, it. nevertheless, is a desirable variety. Flesh is 
thick and mild. Oz.. 40c; % lb., 81.50; lb., 85.00; 10 lb., 

Chinese Giant. 

f ____ D~J Pavonna 145 Da^ 8 * This is one of the hottest peppers under culti- 
LOng I\eu cayenne. vation and must be carefully handled. The pepper is long 
and tapering, sometimes measuring 5 inches in length while only li.i inches in diameter 
at its thickest point. Color green to scarlet. Oz., 30c; Y± lb., 95c; lb., 83.50; 10 lb., 834.00. 


The Common Dandelion is very often collected in the spring for greens. It is the 
Improved Thick Leaved, however, that is most often cultivated. This is of French origin. 
This varietv was listed bv Johnson & Stokes in 1S89 and is distinguished by its thick 
leaves and rich dark-green color. Its growth is compact, forming an upright tuft in the 
center, and mav be considered in every respect superior to the Common or French, which 
is merely a selection from the wild dandelion. The seed should be sown in the spring 
and the crop gathered the following spring. 

Common or French. 

Oz., 45c; Y-i lb., 81.50; lb., 85.00. 

Improved Thick Leaved. 

Oz., 81.25; % lb., 84.50; lb., 812.00 


Southern Giant Curled. 

Very popular in the South, where it is used as a substi- 
tute" for spinach. Oz., 15c; Yi lb., 35c; lb., 81.25. 





Early Scarlet Forcing. ?ari?t a /%ui£ 

ed to early forcing- work. The root is a 
brilliant color, attaining- a maximum size, 
before becoming pithy, of l 1 ^ inches from 
top to bottom and % inches in diameter. It 
must be pulled immediately on attaining full 
size. Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

Early Scarlet Globe. 

Unquestionably this is the most popular and 
profitable radish grown for commercial or 
private purposes. Because of its importance 
we have taken special pains to secure seed 
from selected roots which have been uniform 
in size, color and the smallness of the top. 
Maximum size before becoming pithy is 1% 
inches long by % inches in diameter. 
We can recommend our strain equally 
for greenhouse forcing or for outdoor 
culture. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 
10 lb., $7.75. 

Sparkler White Tip. F hI ?Sfi 

'% very popular radish owing to its at- 
\ tractive appearance. It is nearly round 
\ in shape and in color it is deep scarlet 
over two-thirds of the root but the 
lower third is pure white. This variety 
holds longer before becoming pithy 
than others of its class. Oz., 10c; % lb., 
20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 

Wliif*> Roy (Stokes Standard.) 
VV mie DOX. 35 Days. A pure 
white globe-shaped radish, especially 
desirable for outdoor culture over large 
areas. One reason for this is its ability 
WHITE ICICLE (x 1/2) to remain in marketable condition 

longer than any radish of its class. 
Its beautiful ivory-white appearance and crisp, firm, pungent flavor have made it very 
popular. Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

*. I-!-!^ 30 Days. Lady Finger is a near synonym. This radish will attain a 
Willie IClCie. length of 6 inches, tapering smoothly from near the shoulder to the 
very tip. The color is pure white, almost transparent. Edible quality is excellent. Oz., 
10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 

I rtner ^l/»afl*af- 30 Da y s « A radish having a length of 6 inches, being very red in 
J-»OIlg OCaricl. color and crisp and tender in quality. It must not be allowed to 
remain too long in the ground after reaching maturity. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 
lb., $4.80. 

p« • ____ f^innfr 33 Da y s « This variety has the same quality as White Box in 
Viimson Vllalll. that it need not be pulled immediately on reaching maturity. 
Crimson Giant is nearly twice the size of Scarlet Globe, sometimes being 1% inches from 
top to bottom. It is especially desirable for extensive truck growing operations. Oz., 10c; 
% lb., 20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 

WViif** ^fvacKuvo" 40 Da y s « Tne most desirable of the summer radishes. Used ex- 
VY ulidaUlirg. tensively for late planting when earlier and smaller varieties will 

not keep satisfactorily. The root attains a length of 5 inches and will hold nearly 2 
weeks before becoming pithy. One-fifth of the root usually grows above the ground. 
Color pure white. Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

f^L-^f • „ _„ Ck on U QVf | 45 Days. A summer radish which is very popular amongst 
V^uc&riier ur •Jliepiieru. ma rket gardeners. Its color is a dull pink for two-thirds of 
its length, shading to white' at the top. It will remain solid for a long time after ma- 
turing. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

China Rftep 60 Days. A variety recommended for fall and winter use. The roots 
V^llilia rvubC. attain a length of 5 inches and a diameter of 2 inches. The outside 
skin is a bright rose color and the flesh white. Keeping qualities good. Oz., 10c; % lb., 
25c; lb.. 75c; 10 lb., $7.00. 

f%>l«kctial 70 Days. A white radish attaining a length of 12 inches and a diameter 
VsCicsiU&l. f e inches, being rather oblong in shape It is in condition for table use 
at any period during its growth Especially desirable for bunching in the fall or for 
storage in winter Oz, 10c; y 4 lb., 25c; lb., 75c; 10 lb., $7.00. 

Half-I on or Rlaolr ^nanich 70 Days. A winter radish of Spanish origin. The 
ndll-liUng DlatK opamsn. sk j n i s g- ray black but the inside flesh pure white. It 
will attain a length of about 3% inches. It is perhaps the most desirable for winter stor- 
age of any radish. Oz., 10c; y 4 lb., 25c; lb., 75c; 10 lb., $7.00. 





Rlnnmc/loL C-„ A „ 45 Days. A variety in more general use in this country than 
DlOOmSaaie Oavoy. any other. It is sometimes called Norfolk Savoy. It is the 
earliest spinach listed but is equally suitable for spring or fall sowing. Its thick curly 
leaves add to its market value. It is not recommended as a warm weather spinach as 
is Long Season. Our stock may be depended upon from every point of view. Oz., 10c; 
*4 lb., 15c; lb., 45c; 10 lb., $4.25. 

50 Days. A curled leaf variety, especially 
adapted to hot weather cultivation, as it will 
not shoot to seed easily. The leaves are a beautifully crumpled dark green, very compact 
and spreading in a large rosette. It grows closer to the ground than Bloomsdale, but is 
very attractive. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 30c; 10 lb., $2.80. 

60 Days. {Tetragonia Expansa.) A vegetable not strictly of the spin- 
ach family, but, nevertheless, resembling it in many ways, being pre- 
pared for the table similarly. It is especially desirable for hot weather. The plant will 
spread over a space of 2 feet. The leaves are quite small, flat and pointed. Seeds very 
hard. Should be soaked in luke warm water for a day before planting. Oz., 10c; % lb., 
20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

Long Season (Stokes Standard) 

New Zealand. 


Mammoth Sandwich Island. 

150 Days. Oyster Plant is the synonym for this 
vegetable, which is very hardy and is highly de- 
sirable from many points of view. It is easy to grow and is a good keeper if stored in 
a cool, moist place. Oz., 10c; lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. (See cut opposite.) 





f~^_ _ _ 11 70 Days. Italian Vegetable Marrow is synonymous. An oblong squash 

V^OCOZclla. attaining a length of 14 inches but most desirable for table use when 8 
inches. The color is a beautifully mottled dark green and yellow, especially desirable 
when sliced and fried in oil. This, however, is not an important commercial type. Oz., 
10c; V 4 lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. 

C*AA AV % Qn m »««A«* r«AAlma«l' 70 Days. One of the most popular of the sum- 
OOiUeXl JUmmer ^rOOKneCK. mer squashes. Its cultivation for commercial 
purposes, however, is limited. Its length is about 15 inches when matured and it is a 
rich golden color, thickly warted and of the Crookneck type. Oz., 10c; % lb., 30c; lb., 
$1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. 

\A71tii-A Rne!n Qr>ollsvr& 65 Days. A quick growing summer variety, averaging from 
VV niUJ JJUbil kJimiup. 8 to 10 inches in diameter. Sometimes known as Patty Pan. 
Color cream white. Oz., 10c; *4 lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

Rnctrm Marvnw 125 Days. This is more important than all other varieties for 
DOSIOI1 lVlaXrfJ W. commercial purposes. Its good qualities are well known to the 
canners and large pie bakers, and there is almost invariably a good market for it. Its 
color is a rich bright orange and it is oval in shape. Its cultivation is very simple.* 
We highly recommend it for all general purposes. Oz., 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

Huhhavrl 125 Da y s « -A- winter squash which has considerable popularity, especially 
nuUUaru, j n New England. The oval fruits are of a dark green color, slightly curved 
at the stem end. The flesh is fine grained and tender. This variety has splendid keeping 
qualities. Oz., 10c; % lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. 

SALSIFY OR OYSTER PLANT (See opposite page) 





125 Days. Introduced by Johnson & Stokes about 1900 under the name of 
Spark's Earliaba. Immediately after its introduction and to this day the 
tomato has known wide popularity and is looked upon as being the most important in 
the entire list. Its chief merit lies in its earliness of ripening. Its earliness, however, 
has also brought on certain weaknesses in the matter of light foliage, thinness of wall 
of the tomato, lacking solidity as well as its habit of cracking around the stem. Oz., 
25c; % lb., 75c; lb., $2.50; 10 lb., $24.00. 

Rnnnv D ac f 130 Days. This tomato was introduced by the late Walter P. Stokes 
DOnny DCbl. in 1908. Since that time it has been adopted as the most important 
second early tomato by nearly every seedsman in the United States and the value of the 
variety to the tomato growers of this country cannot be estimated. 1922 will be the 15th 
year since its introduction. The variety has been widely disseminated, but unfortunately 
the good name of Bonny Best has sometimes been seriously hurt by unscrupulous seeds- 
men selling inferior stocks. It is by all means the most important single item which 
our company sells and our trade may feel very sure that we recognize this responsibility 
and have taken firm steps to see that the stock was held to the same high standards as 
in the beginning. Customers are urged to come to our Windermoor Farm for the purpose 
of inspecting our Bonny Best Tomato during its growth. August 1st usually finds it at 
the height of its season. 

Bonny Best, when grown under ideal conditions, should produce 10 to 15 tons of to- 
mato per acre, the plants attaining a height of 2 1 - feet. The foliage will be much heavier 
than the Earliana. The fruits will be borne in clusters and will be almost globe shape, 
the structure of the fruit being very distinctive in that respect. They are thicker through 
from top to bottom than the Chalk Early Jewel. Individual vines will often produce as 
many as 150 perfect fruits. When sown in hot beds March 15th there will be ripe fruits 
by July 15th and the crop will bear until September 1st. The intense scarlet color will 
hold both in the interior and exterior of the tomato, which is much more solid than the 
Earliana. Oz., 30c; *4 lb., $1.10; lb., $4.00; 10 lb., $38.50. 

Special Stock Bonny Best. 

For Greenhouse Forcing. (STOKES STANDARD.) 
128 Days. This strain is especially recommended 
for greenhouse purposes, for which it is used in large quantities. It is also purchased 
by many growers for outdoor culture. This strain is the result of years of careful selec- 
tion for earliness and uniformity of size, color and productiveness. It is also reasonably 
resistant to the usual tomato diseases, although we are frank to admit that so far no 
second early tomato has been developed which is entirely free from that danger. We 
offer the strain, however, fully believing that it will give complete satisfaction. Oz., $1.00; 
*4 lb., $4.00; lb.. $16.00. 



L 140 Days. This is the most important of the entire class of pink tomatoes. 

OlOue. it is especially important as a variety for cultivation in the South for Northern 
shipment in the winter time. As its name implies, it is a globe-shaped tomato, being 
very fully developed from top to bottom. Quality is superb. Oz., 30c; X A lb., $1.10; lb., 
$4.00; 10 lb., $38.50. 

Ci (Greater Baltimore Strain.) 145 Days. The Stone Tomato has been in culti- 

JlOIlc. vation more than 30 years and there have been a great many off-shoots and 
imitations which have been separately named from time to time. Among these, Greater 
Baltimore seems to have gained considerable popularity, especially as a main crop variety 
among New Jersey truckers and greenhouse growers. We look upon our strain as being 
one pf the most desirable for all main and late season purposes. It will withstand sum- 
mer heat and, under good conditions, will produce very heavily. Oz., 20e; % lb., 60c; lb., 
$2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Porirl<ai»rkca 150 Days. A pink tomato which is one of the largest under cultivation, 
ronucroba. Owing to its size and general lack Of solidity we do not recommend it 
for long haul purposes. Oz., 35c; % lb., $1.25; lb., $4.50; 10 lb., $44.00. 

Hwaff Sfr/vn*» 140 Days. Commonly spoken of as the Potato-Leaved Tomato, the 
L/warl JlOIlc. vines only attaining a height of 18 inches. Except for special pur- 
poses this is not recommended for commercial cultivation. The color is a bright scarlet. 
Oz., 35c; % lb., $1.25; lb., $4.50; 10 lb., $44.00. 


We have chosen the YELLOW PLUM and RED PLUM as the most desirable of the 
various pickling types. These will average about iy 2 inches in length. Their shape is 
nearly oval. These varieties are not planted except for special purposes. 

Yellow Plum. 

Oz., 25c; % lb., 85c; 
lb., $3.00. 

Red Plum. 

Oz., 25c; y 4 lb., 85c; 
lb., $3.00. 


Early or Purple Top Milan. 

45 Days. A garden turnip not often used for com- 
mercial purposes except for forcing under glass, 
for which it is well adapted. The quality is remarkably fine. The color is about equally 
devided between white and light purple. Oz., 10c; y± lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

White Egg. 

Purple Top Strap Leaf. 

50 Days* An oval or egg shaped turnip of medium size, white color and 
growing half out of the ground. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

Purple Top White Globe. 

55 Days. A variety used for commercial purposes when 
earliness is especially desirable, it being two weeks 
earlier than the Purple Top White Globe, which is the principal commercial sort. The 
name is descriptive of its color. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 40c; 10 lb., $3.80. 

70 Days. This is the most important American turnip. 
It is grown both for stock and for table purposes. It is 
also a remarkable keeper. The stock which we offer can be depended upon in every 
respect. The name is descriptive of its color. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 30c; 10 lb., $2.85. 

Y#*llow C^lnK^ 65 Days. A variety grown very largely for stock feeding. The 
V * 1UUC - roots attain a large size when fully matured and are globular in 
shape. The skin is a clear yellow with a green tinge around the top. Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; 
lb., 30c; 10 lb., $2.85. 

I oner fVkW Horn 60 Days. A desirable stock turnip, growing to a length 
v^vjw num. inches when matured. For table use it should be pulled 
Sy 2 inches long. The color 
is white. Oz., 10c; % lb., 
20c; lb., 50c; 10 lb., $4.80. 

American Purple 

T nn 90 Days. An 
l Uf»» American strain 
of an old English type. 
This has been selected for 
small top and short neck. 
The roots are globular, 
growing to a large size of 
splendid quality. The flesh 
is yellow. Our strain is 
highly desirable either for 
market purposes or stock 
feeding. Oz., lOe; % lb., 
15c; lb., 40e; 10 lb., $3.80. 





C j. D ac il An annual herb, growing- 12 inches high with green leaves and white 
OWeei Dasll. flowers. The aromatic leaves are used for seasoning and occasionally 
for medicinal purposes. Very late maturity makes it desirable to start in hot bed. Oz„ 
25c; *4 lb., 75c; lb., $2.50. 

fVll An annual growing to a height of 2% feet. The flowers are bright yellow. The 
L/lll. dried seeds are used as a condiment and also for pickling and flavoring. Oz., 
10c; % lb.. 25c, lb., 75c. 

^»iA7*»*»t F^nn^l ^ n h erD usually sown in drills in the fall when the seed is wanted 
OWcei Fennel. an( j j n the spring when the foliage is wanted. The seeds are used 
for flavoring and medicinal purposes and the leaves are used in various salad combina- 
tions. Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50. 

^w^*»t Marinram A P erennial grown as an annual. The flowers are small and 
fcjweei lYldrjuram. white. The leaves and shoots are used for seasoning purposes. 
Oz., 25c; lb., 75c; lb., $2.50. 


A perennial sown in either spring or fall. The leaves are used for medicinal 
and seasoning purposes. Oz., 50c; % lb., $1.70; lb., $6.00. 

Summer Savory. 

A highly fragrant annual plant. Height, 10 inches. The leaves 
and young shoots are used for flavoring. Oz., 25c; *4 lb. 75c; 
lb., $2.50. 

TVivmi* A perennial herb usually planted in permanent beds. The seed is sown in 
1 uyiuc. the early spring. The leaves and young shoots are used for seasoning, either 
while green or when dried. Oz., 60c; % lb., $2.00; lb., $7.50. 

Please Note that we have small quantities of the following herbs, on which special 
quotations will be made: ANISE, BALM, BORAGE, CARAWAY, CORIANDER, HORE- 


For Feeding Poultry and Stoek 

Mammoth Long Red. l^e 00 by jonnson et & 

Stokes prior to 1889. Mammoth Long Red is probably 
the most universally grown mangel beet. The roots 
are extremely large, attaining a growth of at least 
twelve inches and totaling up a tonnage per acre 
which is exceptionally heavy. The average weight of 
well grown Mammoth Long Red Beet roots will be 
over ten pounds and they have been known to exceed 
twenty-five pounds. Oz., 5c; *4 lb., 10c, lb., 30c; 10 
lb., 82.50. 

Golden Tankard. 

100 Days. Probably of French 
origin. It was listed by Ferry 
in 1885. Golden Tankard is a smooth, golden fleshed 
mangel, having large roots tapering sharply at the 
bottom. The tops of Golden Tankard are compara- 
tively small and for this reason they can be grown 
closer together than other more spreading varieties. 
It is especiallv recommended for sheep and poultry. 
Oz., 5c; i/4 lb., 10c; lb., 30c; 10 lb., $2.50. 

From One Man to Another 


(xl/ 4 ) 

Brooklyn, Fla., 12-26-21. 

Mr. C. M. Phillips, 

Xew River, Fla. 
Dear Sir: 

Yours just to hand asking about tomato seed, etc. 
Would say in reply that I planted Bonny Best last 2 or 
3 years and find them more satisfactory than any other 
variety I have tried. I get ^eed from Stokes Seed 
Farms, Moorestown, N. J. 

With best wishes for a prosperous New Year. 
Yours truly, 





We are now equipped on Windermoor Farm to produce early vegetable plants in large 
quantities and at right prices. This part of our business, as is the case with all others, 
is operated strictly on the basis that every purchase must be satisfactory to the buyer. 
We, therefore, are responsible that plants arrive in good condition. 

Our supplies are not unlimited and growers who know in advance what their re- 
quirements will be, will do Veil to place their orders so that there will be no disappoint- 

Another advantage in buying vegetable plants from our company is the fact that we 
are in a position to know just what seed stocks are used. In this connection we feel, the 
same responsibility toward our trade as we do in making seed sales. 

Owing to weather conditions we ask that we be allowed to use our own judgment 
as to the exact date of forwarding. Local conditions here in New Jersey may be such 
that it would be unsafe to make shipment of perishable stocks for instance in March in 
districts to the south of us. Most of our plant shipments go out late in April and early 
in May. Please do not order varieties except as listed herein. At the prices quoted on 
this page, we expect the purchaser to pay costs of delivery. 

Beet (Ready April 1st) 

Variety: Crosby Egyptian. $4.00 per 1000. 

Cabbage (Ready April 1st) 

Varieties: Early Jersey Wakefield, Copen- 
hagen Market, Early Flat Dutch, Danish 
Baldhead. $2.50 per 1000, $20 per 10,000. 

Celery (Ready May 1st) 

Varieties: Golden Self -Blanching, Winter 
King. $4.00 per 1000, $35.00 per 10,000. 

Eggplant (Ready May 1st) 

Variety: Black Beauty. $3.50 per 1000, 
$30.00 per 10,000. 

Lettuce (Ready April 1st) 

Variety: Big Boston. $3.00 per 1000, 
$25.00 per 10,000. 

Pepper (Ready May 1st) 

Variety: Ruby King. 
$35.00 per 10,000. 

$4.00 per 1000; 

Tomato (Ready April 1st) 

Varieties: Earliana, Bonny Best, Stone 
(Baltimore strain). $2.00 per 1000, $15.00 
per 10,000. 

Sweet Potato Plants (Ready in 

Varieties: Yellow Nansemond and Red 
Nansemond. $5.00 per 1000. 

Asparagus Roots (Ready April 1st) 

Variety: Washington. $15.00 per 1000. 

See page 2. 

Horse-Radish Roots (Ready 
April 1st) 

$15.00 per 1000. 

Rhubarb Roots (Ready April 1st) 

$5.00 per 100, $45.00 per 1000. 

Required Plants Per Acre at Various Distances 

Distance Apart No. Plants Distance Apart No. Plants 

12 x 1 inches 522,720 4 x 4 feet 2,723 

12 x 3 inches 174,240 5 x 3. feet 2,901 

12x12 inches 43,560 5 x 4 feet 2,178 

18 x 1 inches... 348,480 5 x 5 feet 1,743 

18 x 3 inches...' 116,160 8 x 1 feet 5,445 

18 x 12 inches 29,040 8 x 8 feet 680 

18x1.8 inches : 19,360 10 x 1 feet 4,356 

24 x 1 inches 261,360 10 x 10 feet 436 

24 x18 inches 15,520 12 x 1 feet 3,630 

24 x 24 inches 10,890 12 x 12 feet 302 

30x 1 inches ». 209,088 16 x 1 feet 2,722 

30x12 inches 17,424 16 x 16 feet 170 

30 x 30 inches 6,970 18 x 18 feet 135 

36x12 inches 14,520 ; 20 x 20 feet 110 

3x2 feet 7,260 ' 25 x 25 feet 70 

3x3 feet 4,840 30 x 30 feet 48 

4x1 feet . . 10,890 33 x 33 feet 40 

4x 2 feet 5,445 40 x 40 feet 28 



iioz. oz. ^41b. 

Mixed 15 .40 $1.25 


Imperial Dwarf Blue 15 .55 1.70 

Imperial Dwarf White 15 .55 1.70 


Compactum or Little Gem. . .10 .35 1.00 

Maritimum (Sweet Alyssum) .10 .20 .70 

Procumbens (Dwarf Carpet) .15 .55 1.70 

Sax. comp. (Basket of Gold) .15 .55 1.70 


Caud. (Love-lies-bleeding) . .15 .45 

Tricolor (Joseph's coat) 15 .45 


Veitchii (Boston Ivy) 35 1.15 

Antirrhinum (Snapdragon) 

Tall Varieties 

Queen Victoria 30 .90 

Kermesina splendens 30 .90 

Rose Queen 30 .90 

Queen of the North 30 .90 

Golden Queen 30 .90 

Dwarf Varieties 

White 35 1.10 

Golden Yellow 35 1.10 

Crimson 35 1.10 

Mixed 35 1.10 

Aquilegia (Columbine) 

Sinsrle Mixed 25 .80 

Double Mixed 35 1.00 


Queen of the Market 

Purple 35 1.05 

Rose 40 1.25 

Lavender 30 1.10 

White 35 1.10 

Mixed 30 .90 

Giant Crego 

White 35 1.10 

Shell Pink 35 1.10 

Crimson 35 1.10 

Blue 35 1.10 

Purple 35 1.05 

Mixed 30 .90 




American Branching: 

34 oz. oz. 141b. 

White 35 1.05 3.60 

Rose 30 1.10 3.90 

Flesh Pink 35 1.05 3.60 

Deep Purple 35 1.00 3.40 

Mixed 30 .90 3.15 

Balsam (Lady Slipper) 


Flowered Purple 20 .60 

Flowered Bright Red 20 .60 

Flowered White 20 .60 

Flowered Mixed 20 .60 

Bellis Perennis (English Daisy) 

Long-fellow 90 2.90 

Snowball 90 3.05 

Mixed, Single 50 1.65 

Mixed, Double 90 3.05 

Calendula (Pot Marigold) 

Double Mixed 



Calliopsis or Coreopsis 

Drummondi (Golden Wave) .20 
Tall Mixed 15 

Campanula (Bellflower or 
Canterbury Bells) 

Calycanthema Blue 65 2.00 

Calycanthema White 65 2.00 

Calycanthema Rose 65 2.00 

Double White 65 2.00 

Double Blue 65 2.00 

Double Rose 65 2.00 


Giant. Flowered White 10 

White Empress 10 

Umbellata roseum 

Umbellata purpurea 



Cardiospermum Halicacabum 

(Balloon Vine) 

.15 .55 

Celosia (Cristata) 

Dwarf Mixed 35 1.30 


FLOWER SEED— Continued 

Celosia (Plumosa) 

14 oz. oz. V^lb. 

Thompsonii magnifica 60 1.90 

Childsii (Chinese Woolflower) .50 1.65 

Centaurea Cyanus (Cornflower) 

Single Mixed .20 .70 

Double Blue .35 1.15 

Double Mixed .25 .75 

Centaurea Imperials 

White 15 .40 1.25 

Purple 15 .40 1.25 

Mixed 10 30 1.00 

Centaurea Gymnocarpa 

Dusty Miller 15 .40 1.25 


Single Mixed .45 1.40 

Double Mixed .45 1.40 


Double Carmine 15 .35 1.20 

Double Purple 15 .35 1.20 

Double Rose 15 .35 1.20 


Mixed 10 .45 1.40 

Coix Lachryme 

Job's Tears .10 .25 

Convolvulus (Morning Glory) 

Dwarf Mixed .10 .30 

Tall Mixed .10 .30 


White .30 .90 

Pink .30 .90 

Crimson .30 .90 

Cyclamen (Alpine Violet) 

Persicum giganteum, white 6.40 21.90 

Persicum giganteum, pink. 6.40 21.90 

Delphinum (Larkspur) 

Formosum coelestinum 70 2.00 

Double Mixed, Tall 40 1.25 

Double Mixed, Dwarf 40 1.25 

Dianthus (Garden Pinks) 


Chinensis (Chinese or Indian 

Pinks) .45 1.45 

Heddewigii (Japan Pink) . . .55 1.70 

Snowball 35 1.15 

Fireball 35 1.15 

Violet Queen 35 1.15 


Japonicus (Eastern Queen) .30 1.10 

Heddewigii (Japan Pink) .30 1.10 

Punctatus (Princess Pinks) .30 1,10 

Hardy Feathered Garden Pinks 

Plumaris double .30 1.10 

Digitalis (Foxglove) 

V^oz. oz. ^lb. 

Gloxinaeflora 15 .55 1.45 

Mixed 10 .50 1.40 

Dimorphotheca Aurantiaca 

African Daisy 15 .45 1.40 

Eschscholtzia (California Poppy) 

Mandarin .25 .75 

Californica, alba .30 .80 

Carmine King .35 .90 

Mixed .25 .75 

Gaillardia (Blanket Flower) 

Picta Lorenziana .35 1.10 

Hybrida grandiflora .30 1.00 


Lavender Gem 20 .50 

Lady Satin Rose 20 .50 

Duchess of Albany 20 .50 

Mixed 15 .45 

Gomphrena (Globe Amaranth) 

Haageana .40 1.00 

Roseum .40 1.00 

Mixed .35 .90 


Dish Cloth .25 .75 

Pipe or Calabash .25 .75 

Dipper .25 .75 

Nest Egg .25 .75 

Hercules Club .25 .75 

Mixed .25 .75 

Grasses, Ornamental 

Mixed .30 .90 

Gypsophila (Baby's Breath) 

Elegans, white .15 .45 

Elegans rosea .15 .45 

Elegans alba grandiflora. . . .20 .50 

Helianthus (Sunflower) 

Stella .30 1.00 

Helichrysum (Everlasting Flowers) 

Monstrosum 15 .50 1.75 


Large flowered hybrids.... 1.00 3.00 

Hibiscus (Rose Mallow) 

Africanus grandiflora ..... .30 1.00 


Double Mixed 30 .85 

Early Flowering 



FLOWER SEED— Continued 

Kochia (Summer Cypress) 

y±oz. oz. 141b. 

Tricophylla .15 .40 


Double African 

Erecta (Prince of Orange). .15 .50 1.50 
Dwarf French 

Patula (Gold Striped) 10 .35 1.00 

Patula nana 10 .30 1.10 

Leg. of Hon. (Little Brownie) .10 .30 1.10 

Matricaria (Feverfew) 

Capensis 20 .70 2.25 

Mignonette (Reseda) 

Golden Queen 20 .55 1.85 

Machet 15 .45 1.40 

Mimonsa (Sensitive Plant) 

Pudica 10 .35 

Mimulus (Muskplant) 

Moschatus 1.50 5.15 

Mirablis (Marvel of Peru, 
Four O'Clock) 

Windermoor grown Mixture .20 .55 


Balsamina (Balsam Apple) . .20 .70 

Charantica (Balsam Pear). .20 .70 

Myosotis (Forget-me-not) 

Alpestris, blue 30 .90 

Alpestris, alba 35 1.00 

Alpestris, roseum 35 1.00 

Palustris sempleflorens .... 1.00 3.25 

Stokes Nasturtiums 

Dwarf Green and Dark-Leaved 

Aurora .15 .40 

Beauty .15 .45 

Chameleon .15 .40 

Empress of India .15 .40 

Vesuvius .15 .40 

Mixed .10 .30 

Dwarf Ivy-Leaved 

Mixed .15 .45 

Tall Green and Dark-Leaved 

Chameleon .15 .50 

Jacqueminot .15 .50 

Spotted .15 .50 

Vesuvius .15 .50 

Variegated and Spotted-Leaved 

Queen of the Tall Variegated .20 .60 
Lobb Climbing 

Ivy-Leaved .25 .75 

Giant of Battles .25 .75 

Black Prince .25 .75 

Spitfire .25 .75 

Nicotiana (Sweet Scented Tobacco) 

}i oz. oz. 141b. 

Hybrida grandifiora mixed. .10 .30 .90 

Sandrae hybrida 10 .35 1.15 

Nigella ( Love-in- the-Mist) 

Damascena alba .15 .40 

Miss Jekyll .15 .45 

Hispanica .15 .40 


Corniculata purpurea 15 .50 1.55 

Passiflora (Passion Flower) 

Caerulea 15 .60 

Pansies (Heartsease) 

Giant Trimardeau 

Emperor William 80 2.55 

King of the Blacks 80 2.55 

Bronze 90 2.75 

Pansies in Mixture 

Giant Trimardeau 65 2.15 

Bugnot's Giant 1.45 4.90 

Cassier's Giant 1.15 3.90 

Mme. Perret 90 2.85 

Masterpiece 1.15 3.90 

Improved Giant Flowering 

Orchidae flowered 90 2.75 

Pelargonium (Geranium) 

Zonale 30 .80 


Inimitable 30 .85 

Grandifiora 3.75 13.90 

Hybrida Fringed 

Phlox Drummondi 

Grandifiora alba 30 .90 3.35 

Grandifiora crimson 30 .90 3.35 

Grandifiora Isabellina 30 .90 3.35 

Mixed 25 .75 2.25 

Nana compacta 15 .50 1.80 

Portulaca (Moss Rose) 

Double Mixed 70 2.30 

Single Mixed 15 .45 1.45 

Poppy (Papaver) 

Single Annual 

Danebrog .15 .55 

Shirley .25 .90 

Flanders Poppy 

Double Annual 

Chinese Double Dwarf Mixed .10 .30 

Peony Flowered 

Double White .10 .30 

Double Rose .10 .30 

Double Purple .10 .30 

Double Mixed .10 .30 

Perennial Poppy 

Oriental Mixed 35 1.00 

Iceland 35 1.00 



FLOWER SEED— Continued 

Primula Chinensis (Chinese Primrose) 

14 oz. oz. 141b. 
Chinensis fimbriata .20 .55 

Primula Japonica (Japanese 


.15 .50 

Pyrethrum (Golden Feather) 

Roseum 60 1..80 

Ricinus (Castor Bean) 


Zanzibariensis mixed .10 .30 

Sanguineous .10 .30 


Emperor Mixed 
Dwarf Mixed .. 

.25 .75 
.20 .60 

Salvia (Scarlet Sage) 

Fireball 70 2.30 

Salvia patens (Blue Sage) . 1.45 5.10 

Scabiosa (Mourning Bride) 

Large Flowering Double 

Purple 20 .50 

Red 60 2.00 

White . . 20 .50 1.55 

Mixed .35 1.15 

Scarlet Runner Beans 

Selected Beans .20 .60 

Schizanthus (Butterfly Flower) 

Mixed 70 2.30 


Windermoor Standard ...... .55 1.85 

Sweat Peas 

Spencer Varieties 

14 oz. oz. 141b. 

Afterglow .30 1.00 

Apple Blossom .30 1.00 

Asta Ohn .30 1.00 

Blanche Ferry .30 1.00 

Hercules .30 1.00 

Decorator .30 1.00 

Dragonfly .30 1.00 

Florence Morse Spencer.... .30 1.00 

Gladys Unwin .30 1.00 

Hilary Christie .30 1.00 

Lovely .30 1.00 

May Unwin .30 1.00 

Mixed .30 1,00 

Early Flowering Spencers 

Blue Jacket .60 2.00 

Dazzler .60 2.00 

Early King .60 2.00 

Early Sankey .60 2.00 

Lavender King .60 2.00 

Mauve Beauty .60 2.00 

Sweet Briar .60 2.00 

Grandiflora Varieties 

Dorothy Eckford .40 1.50 

Helen Pierce .40 1.50 

King Edward VII .40 1.50 

Lord Nelson .40 1.50 

Miss Willmott .40 1.50 

Queen Alexandra .40 1.50 

Mixed . .40 1.50 

Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) 

Single Mixed 15 .45 1.40 

Double Mixed 30 .90 3.15 

Thunbergia (Black Eyed Susan) 

Alata mixed .25 .75 2.45 


Mammoth Blue 35 1.10 

Mammoth White 35 1.10 

Mammoth Red 35 1.10 

Mammoth Striped 35 1.10 

Vinca ( Peri winkl e ) 

Alba .30 .80 

Rosea 30 .80 


Purple 10 .35 

Cloth of Gold 10 .35 

Early Brown 10 .35 

Double Mixed (Imported).. .90 2.75 

Stocks (Gilliflower) 

Early Flowering (Beauty of Nice) 

Princess Alice 65 2.15 

Queen Alexandra 65 2.15 

Beauty of Nice 65 2.15 

Canary Yellow 55 1.80 

Blue 55 1.80 

White 55 1.80 

Rose 55 1.80 

Blood Red 55 1.80 

Mixed 35 1.30 


Double Flowered Elegans 

Scarlet .35 1.00 

Yellow 35 1.00 

Maroon 35 1.00 

White 35 1.00 

Mixed 35 1.00 

Giant Flowered 

Golden Yellow 40 1.10 

White , , 40 1.10 

Scarlet .40 1.10 






Delivery Charges 

At the close prices quoted in this book we cannot offer to pay delivery charges. 
Except for small orders we recommend express or freight shipments. In the event 
that parcel post shipment is more economical and convenient, approximate mailing 
charge of five cents per pound should be added to your remittance. Your post- 
master will be glad to furnish the exact rate on estimated weight of your order. 

Safe Ways of Sending Money 

Post office or express money order, or personal check have proven the safest 
and most convenient way of remitting. Postage stamps ar satisfactory for small 
amounts. We strongly advise against sending coins in envelopes as they are fre- 
quently lost. 

Canadian Orders 

The rate of exchange at the present time places our Canadian customers at a 
disadvantage. To help relieve the situation Canadian funds will be accepted at par 
until further notice. 

We Are Responsible for Safe Arrival 

Stokes Seed Farms Company is responsible for the prompt, safe and satisfactory 
arrival of all goods furnished from Windermoor Farm. It is our business to see 
that every purchase is satisfactorily completed. 

Responsibility for Crop 

Should there be any disappointment resulting from the seed purchased from 
us, which, in your opinion, can be traced to an inherent weakness in the seed itself, 
we want you to advise us immediately so that we may make such adjustment as is 
right and reasonable. In return we expect our customers to act with equal fairness. 
The Stokes business has been built on the policy that the satisfied, loyal and enthusi- 
astic customer is its best asset. 

Stokes Seeds Are Delivered With Almost Incredible Promptness 

Moorestown is within thirty 
minutes of Philadelphia. We 
have seven inbound mails per 
day, with an equal number of 
outbound. The daily express 
and freight service, per Penn- 
sylvania Railroad, is equally 
adequate. Appreciating the 
necessity for prompt service to 
market gardeners, our organi- 
zation at Windermoor House is 
now prepared to execute seed 
orders within twenty-four 
hours of their arrival. Thus 
an order mailed in Central 
Pennsylvania on Monday 
should be received by us the fol- 
lowing day, in which case the 
seed should be received by the 
customer either on Wednesday 
or at least not later than 
Thursday, depending upon the 
mail service at the other end. 
If this sounds too good to be 
true, try it. 


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Windermoor Farm, Moorestown, New Jersey 

Market Gardeners' Order Sheet 

In ordering Stokes Standards on this Order Sheet please prefix the initials "S. S." 


j Gentlemen: — I am enclosing for the following seeds, etc. 

: To be sent by 

(Mail — Express — Freight) 

j Name 

| Post Office ' 

j County State 

j Street Address 1 

! Box Number j- 

or R. F. D. J 

j Express or Freight Office 

(Fill in cnly if different from your post office) 















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Perfection in Vegetable Seed Stocks 


Gentlemen: — I am enclosing r for the following seeds, etc. 

To be sent by 

(Mail — Express — Freight) 


Post Office 

County State 

Street Address] 

Box Number [■ 

or R. F. D. J 

Express or Freight Office 

(Fill in only if different from your post office) 





Introductory Collection of Stokes Standards 

Price $2.50. (See Back Cover.) 

Asparagus Roots, S. S. Washing-ton 

Per 100, $1.75; per 1000, $15.00. 

Beet, S. S. Crosby Egyptian 

Price: Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Beet, S. S.. New Century 

Price: Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Cabbage, S. S. Copenhagen Market 

Price: Oz., 25c; % lb., 75c; lb., $2.50; 10 lb., $24.00. 

Cabbage, S. S. Danish Ballhead 

Price: Oz., 20c; *4 lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Carrot, S. S. Chantenay 

Price: Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50 

Cauliflower, S. S. Earliest Snowball 
Price: Oz., $1.25; % lb., $5.00; lb., $20.00. 

Celery, S. S. Golden Self-Blanching 

Price: Oz., 70c; % lb., $1.50; lb., $10.00. 

Celery, S. S. Easy Blanching 

Price: Oz., $1.35; % lb., $5.00; lb., $20.00. 

Corn, S. S. Early Malcolm 

Price: Qt., 35c; pk., $2.60; bu., $10.00. 

Corn, S. S. Double-Barreled Best 

Price: Qt., 30c; pk., $2.25; bu., $8.00. 

Lettuce, S. S. Green-Leaved Big Boston 

Price: Oz., 20c; % lb., 60c; lb., $2.00; 10 lb., $19.00. 

Muskmelon, S. S. Pollock 10-25 

Price: Oz., 15c; % lb., 40c; lb., $1.50; 10 lb., $14.00. 

Parsley, S. S. Chamnion Moss Curled 

Price: Oz., 10c; % lb., 30c; lb., $1.00; 10 lb., $9.50. 

Pepper, S. S. Ruby King 

Price: Oz., 25c; % lb., 75c; lb., $2.50; 10 lb., $24.00. 

Radish, S..S. Early Scarlet Globe 

Price: Oz./ 10c; % lb., 25c; lb., 80c; 10 lb., $7.75. 

Radish, S. S. White Box 

Price: Oz., 10c; % lb., 20c; lb., 60c; 10 lb., $5.50. 

Spinach, S. S. Long Season 

Price: Oz., 10c; % lb., 15c; lb., 30c; 10 lb., $2.80. 

Tomato, S. S. Bonny Best 

Price: Oz., 30c; % lb., $1.10; lb., $4.00; 10 lb., $38.50. 

Tomato, S. S. Special Stock Bonny Best (For Greenhouse 
Forcing) Price: Oz., $1.00; % lb., $4.00; lb., $16.00 


Turn over for Index: and Planting Table 




Asparagus Roots 2 

Basil, Sweet 22 

Beans, Lima 3 

Beans, Green-Podded 3 

Beans, Wax-Podded 3 

Beet, Garden 4 

Beet, Mangel 22 

Beet Plants 23 

Brussels Sprouts 6 

Cabbage 5 

Cabbage, Chinese 5 

Cabbage Plants 23 

Carrot 6 

Cauliflower 6 

Cauliflower Plants 23 

Celery 7 

Celery Plants 23 

Chard, Swiss 4 

Chicory 10 

Collards ' 9 

Corn, Pop 8 

Corn, Sweet 8 

Corn Salad 11 

Cress 9 

Cucumber 9 

Dandelion 16 

Dill 22 

Eggplant 10 

Eggplant Plants 23 

Endive 10 

Fennel, Sweet 22 

Flower Seeds 24 

Herbs 22 

Horseradish 23 


Kale 10 

Kohl-rabi 10 

Leek 11 

Lettuce 11 

Lettuce Plants 23 

Marjoram, Sweet 22 

Melon, Honey Dew 12 

Melon, Musk 12 

Melon, Water 12-13 

Mustard 16 

Okra 14 

Onion 13 

Onion Sets 13 

Parsley 14 

Parnsip 14 

Peas 15-16 

Pepper 16 

Pepper Plants 23 

Pe Tsai 5 

Plants, Vegetable 23 

Pumpkin 14 

Radish 17 

Rhubarb 23 

Sage 22 

Salsify 18 

Savory, Summer 22 

Spinach 18 

Squash 19 

Thyme 22 

Tomato 23 

Tomato Plants 23 

Turnip 21 

Vegetable Plants 23 


Kind of vegetable 

Asparagus, roots . . 



Brussels sprouts ... 






Corn, sweet 






Kale, or borecole. . . 




Melon, muskmelon . 
Melon, watermelon 



Onion, seed 

Onion, sets 

Onion seed for sets 







Rhubarb, roots 



Suash, summer 

Squash, winter 



Seeds or root; 

required for 
100 feet of dril 

100 roots 
1 pt 

Distance for plants to stand 

2 ounces .... 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 pt 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
100 roots 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 
1 ounce 

1 ounce 

2 ounces 
1 ounce 
1 quart of sets 

1 lb 

1 ounce . 
1 ounce . 
1 pt. ... 
1 ounce . 
1 ounce . 
1 ounce . 
33 roots 
1 ounce . 
1 ounce . 

1 ounce . 
1 ounce . 
y 2 ounce 
1 ounce . 

3 lbs. . . , 

3 lbs. . . . 

1 bu. 

2 ounces 

4 lbs. .. 
10 lbs. ., 

8 lbs 

8 lbs., sown 

30 lbs. 

4 lbs 

2 lbs 

\ l / 2 ounces. 
1 lb., sown 

3 lbs. 

Rows apart 

Horse culti- 

3 to 5 ft.. . 
30 to 36 in. 
28 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 

3 to 6 ft.. . 
30 to 36 in. 
36 to 42 in. 

4 to 6 ft.. . 

30 in 

30 to 36 in. 

30 in 

30 to 40 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
30 in 

6 to 8 ft.. . 
8 to 12 ft.. 
30 to 36 in. 
4 to 5 ft.. . 
24 to 36 in. 
24 to 36 in, 
24 to 36 in. 
24 to 36 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
3 to 4 ft.. 
30 to 36 in. 
8 to 12 ft.. 
24 to 36 in 
3 to 5 ft.. . 
30 to 36 in 
30 to 36 in. 

3 to 4 ft. . . 

7 to 10 ft.. 
3 to 5 ft.. . 
24 to 36 in 

Hand culti 

12 to 24 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
12 to 18 in. 
24 to 30 in. 
24 to 30 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
24 to 30 in. 
18 to 36 in. 
24 to 30 in. 
30 to 36 in. 
4 to 6 ft.. . 
18 to 24 in. 
24 to 30 in. 

18 in 

24 to 30 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
14 to 20 in. 
12 to 18 in. 

6 to 8 ft... 
8 to 12 ft.. 
12 to 18 in. 
3 to 4 ft... 
12 to 18 in. 
12 to 18 in. 
12 to 18 in. 
12 to 18 in. 
18 to 24 in. 
30 to 36 in, 
18 to 24 in, 
8 to 12 ft.. 
12 to 18 in 
3 to 5 ft.. . 
18 to 24 in, 
12 to 18 in, 

3 to 4 ft... 

7 to 10 ft.. 
3 to 4 ft.. . 
18 to 24 in. 

Plants apart 
in rows 

15 to 20 in.. 

2 in 

2 in 

16 to 24 in.. 
12 to 18 in.. 

2 in 

14 to 18 in.. 
2 in 

14 to 18 in.. 
4 every 3 ft 
4 every 3 ft 

8 in 

18 in 

12 in 

20 in 

18 in 

6 in 

4 in 

6 in 

4 every 4 ft 
4 every 6 ft 
4 or 5 to ft 
24 in 

2 in 

4 or 5 to ft 
V2 in 

3 in 

2 in 

1 in 

15 in 

4 every 6 ft 

1 in 

3 ft 

2 in 

2 in 

4 every 4 ft 
4 every 6 ft 

3 by 4 ft.. . . 
2 in 

Depth of 

3 to 5 in. 
1 in. 
1 in. 
Yt in. 
Yt in. 
V2 in. 
V% in. 
Y& in. 
Vz in. 
1 in. 
1 in. 
Y2 in. 
Yt in. 
Yt in. 
3 to 4 in. 
Y2 in. 
Yt in. 
Yt in. 
Yt in. 
1 in. 
1 in. 
Yx in. 
1 in. 
Y2 in. 
1 in. 
Y2 in- 
Ys in. 
Y2 in. 
1 in. 
Y2 in. 

1 in. 
Y2 in. 

2 to 3 in. 
Y2 in. 

1 in. 

1 in. 
1 in. 

Y2 in. 
Ya in. 


WHEN YOU ARE TOLD There is a seed shortage and please 

to order early, take time to see 
whether there really is a short- 
age. Generally speaking, we 
have not found it. 

That you are buying " tested " , 
seeds, remember that it is the 
most abused word in the seeds- 
man's vocabulary. 

About seeds " from our farms to 
yours," don't take it too literal- 
ly. We admit it is a beautiful 

The times are hard. Can we not help each other by de- 
termining to contribute some straightforward service as exem- 
plified by honest trading ? There has always been a lot of 
glamour and mystery about seed catalogs which did not belong 
there. Those things don't help much now. As seedsmen, 
we are not oblivious to the difficulties of truckers and market 
gardeners during the past year for we have shared in those 
difficulties. For this reason we believe in putting our cards 
on the table face up. 


Windermoor Farm Moorestown, New Jersey 




We are confident of the goodness of our Standards. These 
four are representative of them and single row trials will 
quickly show their vast superiority. At 1922 catalog prices 
these individually cost $3.15 without allowance for delivery. 
In order that their true worth may be more widely known, 
we will send them postpaid on receipt of $2.50. In 
ordering these please use the special order sheet 
for Stokes Standards on page 31. 

i lb. Lettuce, Green-Leaved Big Boston . $ .60 

1 lb. Radish, Scarlet Globe 80 

1 oz. Celery, Easy Blanching 1.35 

£ lb. Beet, Crosby Egyptian 40 


Combination Offer, $2.50 postpaid. 


Windermoor Farm 
Moorestown, New Jersey 

Enterprise Print, Burlington, N. J.